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Digital Humanities for Humanities

  • Journal of Humanities, Seoul National University
  • 2020, 77(3), pp.365-407
  • DOI : 10.17326/jhsnu.77.3.202008.365
  • Publisher : Institute of Humanities, Seoul National University
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Received : August 11, 2020
  • Accepted : August 26, 2020
  • Published : August 31, 2020

Ryu In Tae 1

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ABSTRACT

This article points out the essential nature of studies in Digital Humanities as Humanities and looked at the academic implications of the current Digital Humanities trend. The purpose of this approach is to get closer to the truth of Digital Humanities. Despite the steadily increasing discussion and interest in Digital Humanities research since the issue of the ‘Digital Humanities Manifesto’ (2009, 2010), there are still many researchers in the field of the Humanities that shun digital data technologies. Writing within the Humanities had been perceived as a Technology (Techne, 技術) in the past, but now it is regarded as a form of academic activity. Given this historical fact, Digital Humanities, freely sharing and expressing knowledge, must be accepted not as a kind of academic methodology that mechanically applies technology but as a part of a high-tech literacy for writing (記述) knowledge.

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